Speculating about the future makes for fascinating conversation. And because we all want to live long and healthy lives – and want the same for our loved ones – we are probably unified in the hope for a future where the risk of death by disease is very much reduced.
New medicines are emerging all the time, but although many improve the quality and length of life, far fewer offer complete cures. Some in the industry hope that gene and cell therapies will revolutionize medicine, but it’s perhaps too early to tell.
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